Contemporary Colour Scheme

Current and fresh with a mixture of white, grey tones, oak timber surfaces and layered textures...
April 2, 2021

The Contemporary colour scheme is current and on trend with a mixture of white, grey tones, oak timber surfaces and layered textures.

Contemporary covers a number of styles from the Hamptons look to the ultra modern:


White On White

You just can’t go wrong with an all white colour palette. The simplicity of White On White really shines in light filled rooms. Add a touch of warmth with beautiful light timber floorboards. All white also highlights the lines and shapes of your home, whilst creating a peaceful, tranquil retreat.


A stronger statement, with a predominantly black on black. The Bold look is anything but gothic with a mixture of matte and shiny finishes adding contrast and depth.


Scandi interiors are all about white and soft timber and often accented with pastels. A pared back style values warm functionality & clean lines with light floorboards favoured over carpet.


The Sophisticated interior has a more glamorous aesthetic. Add marble benchtops and gold fittings & fixtures to bring an air of luxury.

Next Step – Select your Contemporary finishes using InteriorsME

All these looks are available under the InteriorsME Contemporary colour scheme.
Our free online tool takes you through step by step, just the way an Interior Designer would do it! 

Select your flooring (carpet, floorboard and/ or floor tile/s), then move on to walls, bathroomware, tapware, kitchen benchtop & cabinets and more. The Contemporary product options in InteriorsME presented at each step are fully coordinated with your earlier selections. 

All your InteriorsME product selections are listed in a report with full details by room, ready for you and your builder.

Hero: Adam Kane Architects. White on White: Adam Kane Architects. Bold: CDK Stone. Scandi: Carole Whiting Interior Design. Sophisticated: Pleysier Perkins. Footer: Carole Whiting Interior Design